weekly photo challenge: one shot, two ways

August 9, 2013 at 5:52 pm 19 comments

the cathédrale saint-étienne is one the world’s best representation of ancient gothic architecture. it’s a catholic cathedral located in bourges, france. it was completed sometime in the 13th century or whereabouts and dedicated to saint stephens.

its beautifully sculptured west facade is huge at over 130 feet wide. as you can see, using a point-and-shoot camera, i found it hard to photograph either in portrait or landscape mode. maybe it’s time for me to invest in a better camera. the ideal is something that’s not too bulky to carry as i tend to travel light. any recommendations?

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